Creativity is written in Noah Schlosser's DNA.
Noah Schlosser, digital creative, has been surrounded by music throughout his life. In his early years, he took percussion lessons from a seasoned jazz drummer and learned to love the genre, competing and performing regionally with high school groups and professional musicians. By the time he graduated high school, he had expanded his musical aptitude to include choral performances in an elite a cappella ensemble, harmonizing on complex arrangements of vocal jazz, Latin, pop, and classical music. At the same time, Noah discovered music production was his passion, working hours to ensure each new song and remix was better than the last. Noah produces original music, covers, and remixes, as well as music for podcasts and promotional videos.
In his first year at Greenville University, Noah expanded his digital creativity to graphic design, picking up a second major in Digital Media, complementing a major in Music Industry Studies (emphasis Audio Engineering). Noah produced six songs for Greenville University duo A.M., as well as designed their colorful EP and full-length album artwork. A.M. went on to win multiple awards at the Greenville University Music Awards, including Favorite Band of the Year.
In May 2018 he released "Control", a collaboration with vocalist Marlene Saravia, which earned him the Greenville University Music Award for Best Produced Song of the Year.
Pop-funk hybrid “SCREAM!” with Austin Simmons followed in 2019, winning Best Male Vocalist of the Year honors for Simmons and Best Engineered Song of the Year. Additionally, “SCREAM!” was chosen from 75 submissions as a Top 10 finalist in the 2nd Annual St. Louis Sound Competition. Noah, Simmons and their band performed “SCREAM!” in front of a live audience and panel of judges at the Sheldon Concert Hall on June 26, 2019. “Yucatán” with Simmons and rapper, Javis, was also released that summer.
“Cut the String,” Noah’s hot new release with Simmons, is out now!
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